|Naresh Fernandes, Jazz... and India - Recorded by FN/Frederick Noronha|
Naresh Fernandes, author of TAJ MAHAL FOXTROT: THE STORY OF BOMBAY'S JAZZ AGE, speaks at the Sunaparanta -- Goa Centre for the Arts, on March 23, 2012.
Keywords: goa; jazz; bombay; bollywood; naresh fernandes; sunaparant; book releases
|Amish... speaking on The Immortals of Meluha - Recorded by FN/Frederick Noronha|
The Immortals of Meluha is the first novel of the Shiva trilogy series by Amish Tripathi. The story is set in the land of Meluha and begins with the arrival of the Tibetan tribal Shiva. The Meluhan belief that Shiva is their fabled saviour Neelkanth, is confirmed when he consumes the Somras, a legendary healing potion, which turns his throat blue... (Source: Wikipedia). Author Amish (Tripathi) talks at a function at Sunaparanta, the centre for the arts, in Goa.
Keywords: goa; amish; the immortals of meluha; book releases
|Veni, Vidi... Goa - Launch function of book recorded by Frederick Noronha|
Recording of the release of a new book *Veni, Vidi... Goa: Travellers' Views of Goa, Ancient and Modern* by Luis S.R. Vas. Published by the Centro de Estudios Indo-Portugueses Voicuntrao Dempo/Vaikunthrao Dempo Centre for Indo-Portuguese Studies. ISBN 978-93-80837-22-2
Keywords: book; luis santa rita vas; goa; india; former portuguese colony; writing; functions; book releases; september 2011, isabela santa rita vas, centro de estudos indo-portugueses voicuntrao dempo
|The Dulpod - Recorded by Frederick Noronha|
Folk music from Goa The Mando is a slow verse-and-refrain song, in six-four time, dealing with love, tragedy and contemporary events, both social and political. The Mando-Dulpod is a slower variety of the Dulpod (or a quicker sort of Mando), also in six-four time, facilitating the transition from the Mando's slow rhythm to the quicker one of the Dulpod. The Dulpod itself, in six-eight time, is typically descriptive of Goan life, particularly that of the Christians...
Keywords: music; goa; folk; goa1556; book releases in goa; 2011; music from another era; dr jose pereira; fr antonio da costa; maestro micael martins